The annual membership fee allows Laurencin Personal Physicians to limit the number of patients to approximately 15% of most primary care practices, ensuring more time and much greater availability for each patient.
Laurencin Personal Physicians accepts patients with most major insurance carriers, including Medicare. Each member must have a non-HMO health insurance, usually a PPO plan, for health-related services such as specialty care, hospital fees, laboratory and x-ray.
No. The annual fee is not a reimbursable medical expense.
The annual fee is $3900, payable annually or in quarterly or monthly installments. Discounts available for partner memberships or two people per household.
Your medical records, including medication, allergies, lab results, and EKGs, are accessible 24 hours a day using a secure, web-based system; we are also always available by phone and email for consultations. In an emergency, our services are no substitute for calling 911. However, we are prepared to coordinate with emergency room personnel to ensure that you receive care in a timely manner.
No. Laurencin Personal Physicians can refer you to the best specialist available on your insurance panel.
As a first step, prospective members of Laurencin Personal Physicians are invited to participate in a no-obligation interview with Dr. Laurencin. The purpose of the interview is to answer your questions and to get a sense of your health concerns. We will decide together if the practice meets your needs.
value their time
desire the security of having their physician available, responsive, and supportive day or night
want personal, individualized attention from their primary care physician with a strong emphasis on disease prevention
want a primary care physician who will work with other practitioners to integrate Western medicine and alternative health options
want their physician to research their illness thoroughly
desire a physician ally to advocate for them within the health care system
want a valuable, long-term relationship with their physician
want first-class primary care service
have complex schedules and need prompt care when it is convenient for them
have suffered life-threatening illnesses